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The Eminent Television Journalist, Presenter And Producer George Page, Who Was Once A Battlefield Correspondant During The Vietnam War, Guides Us Through The Wildlife Of Vietnam, And How It Is Being Saved And Preserved, In This Special Installment Of His Signature TV series "Nature", Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! (Color, 1991, 58 Minutes.) #VietnamACountryNotAWar #GeorgePage #NatureTVSeries #Vietnam #VietnamWar #Wildlife #Conservation #VietnamWildlife #VietnamFauna #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive
The Wildlife Of Vietnam is rich in flora and fauna as reflected by its unique biodiversity. Rare and endemic antelope-like animal, categorized under the bovine subfamily, was found in 1992, in Bach Ma National Park. In the 1990s, three other large mammal species, the deer-like Truong Son muntjac, giant muntjac and Pu Hoat muntjac, were also discovered, the first two in the same park. Conservation protection and scientific studies of the ecology of Vietnam, particularly in the protected forest areas, have been given priority attention by the Government of Vietnam. Laws were enacted to set up Xuan Thuy Wetland National Park, four UNESCO Biosphere Reserves, and Ha Long Bay and Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Parks; the last two are also designated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The rich diversity of Vietnam's wildlife includes 11,400 species of vascular plants, 1030 species of moss, 310 species of mammals, 296 reptile species, 162 amphibian species, 700 freshwater species of fish and 2000 species of marine fish. There are about 889 species of birds and over 850 species of land mollusks. However, a study by the WWF has reported that nearly 10% of the wildlife in the country is threatened with extinction. Vietnam is placed 16th highest among 152 countries studied in terms of the proportion of its wildlife species found to be in danger.